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I work four days for the BMS faculty within the Teaching Academy team and 1 day for CELT.

My areas of expertise are:

  • Educational design
  • Blended and technology-enhanced education
  • Task-centred instructional design for complex skills (4C/ID)
  • Educational design research

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My doctoral research project (ongoing at the University of Surrey) draws on educational design research and the 4C/ID model to develop a training blueprint for a novel skill emerging from the technological transformation of human language interpreting. You can read more about it here.

Organisations

Read more about my doctoral research project "Developing a research-based blueprint for computer-assisted interpreting training" here.

Other contributions

Frittella, F. M. (2023). Designing interpreting technology for usability: The case study of SmarTerp. Berlin: Language Science Press.

Frittella, F. M. (2021). Computer-assisted conference interpreter training: Limitations and future directions. Journal of Translation Studies, 2: 103-142. 

Frittella, F. M. (2019). Numbers: From stumbling block to training tool. The interpreter’s Newsletter, 24 (1): 35-56.

Research profiles

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